Toshiba AT300 is an Android 4.0 tablet, which is comparatively light for a 10.1” tablet, at only 590 grams. The chassis is made from textured aluminum material, which offers additional grip. The AT300 has an acceptable build quality, although it isn’t up to standards set by the Apple iPad.
The 10.1” (1280 x 800) display offers deep colors and decent viewing angles. Text should be easy to read and look quite crisp. The Gorilla Glass layer should help the tablet to survive the abuse of being used by children. With full-sized SC card slot, microUSB port, microHDMI port and headphone socket, the AT300 looks well-connected.
There’s a 2Mp front-facing camera along with a 5Mp camera on the back. Like most tablets, image quality produced by both cameras is noticeable worse than what we get from typical smartphones. The Toshiba AT300 is powered by a 1.3GHz Nvidia Tegra 3 quad-core processor and 1GB of RAM, which allow them to run any demanding Android app.
Toshiba largely leaves the Android 4.0 OS and it only adds minor enhancements, such as Swype, instead of stock Android keyboard. There’s also the ThinkFree Office app that includes word processor, spreadsheet and presentation editor.